Kinder discusses The Labyrinth Project, an art collective and research initiative on interactive cinema and database narrative at USC's Annenberg Center for Communication.
Marsha Kinder is a Professor of Critical Studies, Comparative Literature, Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Southern California (USC) and Director of the Labyrinth Project. Kinder produces interactive narratives and installations in collaboration with visual artists and writers known for their experimentation with nonlinear forms.
Nicholas R. Clifford symposium
Part of the series entitled Database narratives as sites of memory: ten years in the labryinth
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